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3-Step Pressure-Treated Pine Stair Stringer

$7.67 /each

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Product Overview

Wherever outdoor stairs are desired or required, count on this durable stair stringer. High-grade and long-lasting, this stair stringer comes with a lifetime limited warranty against rot and termites. Ideal for a variety of applications, including decks, gazebos, terraces and other outdoor projects where stairs will be exposed to the elements. Add interest to outdoor living spaces with multileveled areas. Or, experiment with incorporating stairs into a beautiful, inviting terraced landscape design.

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  • 100% Solid wood made from southern yellow pine and pressure treated with MCA (micronized copper azole) for long life
  • Used to provide support and rigidity when installing stairs, making it suitable for exterior use in commercial or residential applications
  • Natural wood finish may be stained or painted for a customized look
  • 1-1/2 in. x 9 in. x 35-1/2 in.
  • Stair stringer sold individually
  • Stair stringer is durable in ground-contact applications, is aluminum compatible and works with most fasteners
  • Riser Height: 6 3/4 in. and Run Height: 10 in.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
9 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
35.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
1.5 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
9 in 
Product Height (in.) 
35.5 in 
Product Width (in.) 
1.5 in 

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. ) 
2.3 
Color Family 
Wood 
Color/Finish 
Wood 
Contact Type Allowed 
Ground Contact 
Fastener recommendation 
hot dipped galvanized 
Features 
Paintable,Pressure Treated,Stainable 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Material 
Wood 
Number of Steps 
Prefinished 
No 
Pressure Treated 
Yes 
Pressure treatment chemical 
MCA - Micronized Copper Azole 
Primed 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Stainable/Paintable 
Stainable & Paintable 
Stair Part Type 
Stringer 

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how many steps do I need

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July 21, 2016
My deck is aprox. 50" off ground How many steps do I need using your 2x10 treated stringer
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what is the tread dimensions for these?

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July 10, 2016
probably missing it somewhere online, but what is the tread on these? based on the picture of the completed deck i'm assuming its 11"? so you could use a 1x6 on the rise (to close in the step) and two 2x6 for the tread?
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My deck is 44" high what stringer size do I need? How many steps?

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I need a stringer with 14 steps. Does Home Depot supply this as a special order?

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14 steps is not a standard product
One suggestion.. make sure any stair stringers that you may purchase or special order are fully code compliant...regardless of where you live, check with local county building inspectors and check their required design specs...most will say "must comply with US Building Code 2012 especially with respect to tread depth (10" min) and riser height (7 3/4" )max...most Read More
14 steps is not a standard product
One suggestion.. make sure any stair stringers that you may purchase or special order are fully code compliant...regardless of where you live, check with local county building inspectors and check their required design specs...most will say "must comply with US Building Code 2012 especially with respect to tread depth (10" min) and riser height (7 3/4" )max...most important is the stringer MUST be made from a 2x12 member....this leaves the back cut area depth of at least 5"...anything less than 5" is not code compliant...you can also cut your own stringer from 2x12 if you are skilled in that area... Read Less
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 49 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by I really wanted a challenge putting my deck stairs on Executive Summary: Not quality, frustrating, but will do if you're up for a challenge to mending wood and doing some math. The pieces arrived in two generally beat up boxes (delivery folks weren't pleased to drop it off). I ordered 4, one of which was not like the others but could generally work around it. A couple of treads were 1/2" deeper than others but generally usable. A couple of them looked like they ran unevenly through a table saw. About 1/16" was cut into a side. Again, not a deal breaker but certainly not quality. There was an uneven edge to the bottom of the stringer. Again, nothing that can't be worked around if you're up to the challenge. I then tried to attach the hangers to them and wound up splitting the wood straight through knocking a riser off. That's because the grains are parallel to the treads which, oddly enough, is where the nails drive into. So, a little pre-drilling before nailing on others and some mending tiles on the knocked off bits, and it's solid again. So, if you're wondering why I didn't return them. Boxes were too beat up to re-use, I don't have a car to transport, and, before this experience I imagined this is always how it goes. Now I've learned better: When in doubt, return it. Thanks for the learning experience. April 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ok shape...damaged got it shipped and was damaged will be returning one stringer March 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality The stairs are not cut consistently. The 10" cut on the stairs measured anywhere between 9.75" and 10.5". They also arrived very wet, had to let dry out for several days before they were paintable. Make your own, they will be better. June 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by awful product These stringers were awful. The stairs were all jagged, looks like the saw blade may have even broke off a couple of times. The cuts on these stairs was awful. Somebody need to learn how to use a saw and HD really needs to make a template for these. June 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't trust the description The description says the riser height is 6 3/4" but it is actually 6 1/2". Maybe I got a bad batch but 1/4" April 7, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Treated Pine Stair Stringer This stair stringer will be a real time saver on by step project. It was as advertised except that it wasn't cedar tone it was green treated. April 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by These stringers don't meet code. Be absolutely sure to check local building codes before buying any stingers from HD. These stringers are made from 2X10s resulting in not enough wood between the back of the stringer and the tread/riser joint. They need to be made from 2X12's. I have to completely rebuild my stairs to pass inspection now. A huge loss of time and money as HD won't give the dimension of this most critical area. See attached photo. HD's stringers are about 4 1/2" in this area. October 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much easier than cutting your own. I needed 7-step stringers for my new deck, so I had to buy the 8-step and cut one off. That's the only issue I had with these stringers. They were straight with only a couple small knots. They went up easily, taking deck screws well without predrilling and there was no splitting. They took the deck stain well and should last many years. December 28, 2014
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